LifestyleGarden®’s partnership with the Eden Project continues to go from strength to strength after the environmentally responsible outdoor furniture company helped complete the refit of the attraction’s catering areas.
Spearheaded by parent company ScanCom International that has set a new benchmark for sustainable furniture, LifestyleGarden® has provided the Eden Project with its limited-edition Banyan Tree Cast Aluminum Chairs which have been installed in the Eden Kitchen, Eden’s main eating area located between the Biomes.
The bespoke chairs have been designed to be robust as well as lightweight and have a unique design inspired by the Banyan Tree in Eden’s Rainforest Biome. In a perfect palette of pastel colours, the chairs compliment the light and airy refit of the café areas and have been paired with LifeStyleGarden’s® automatically self levelling and folding Gyro bistro tables, providing comfort and a relaxing dining experience for visitors.
CEO of Eden Project International, David Harland, said: “We are delighted to have partnered with LifestyleGarden® to furnish our newly refurbished café areas. Eden’s mission is to reconnect humans to the living world, exploring how we can work together to create a better future. Eden’s ethos blends perfectly with that of LifestyleGarden®, which is led by the motto ‘Doing Business the Right Way’ and together we are committed to tackling this to ensure a more sustainable experience for all.”
Paul Cohen, Sales Director at LifestyleGarden® said: “The synergy between the Eden Project and LifestyleGarden® provides the perfect platform to showcase the company’s furniture ranges. This will help further drive our common goal of promoting good environmental practice and sustainability to the consumer and help them make an ethical choice when purchasing gardening furniture.”
The partnership between LifestyleGarden® and the Eden Project has been quickly gathering momentum in 2019. This is further demonstrated with Eden’s commitment to LifeStyleGarden’s groundbreaking DuraOcean® chair, which is also featured in the visitor destination. The DuraOcean® chair from has been crafted from recycled fishing nets, ropes and plastic waste salvaged from the world’s oceans, and is showcased in a replica beach exhibit in Eden’s Mediterranean biome.
Both the Banyan Tree and DuraOcean® chairs will be available for the 2020 season, as part of the full Eden Project partnership range. The range also includes exclusive cushions and deckchairs, featuring Eden designs and patterns, which will provide retailers with an additional add-on sales opportunity, and a unique selling point, supported by the iconic Eden Project branding. The range will also be available to buy on the Eden Project’s website soon.
Further details about ScanCom’s commitment to the environment and social accountability can be found at www.scancom.net
Further details about the Eden Project, including booking tickets, can be found at www.edenproject.com